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TUE TOTTER COUNTY.: JOURNAL.
Jr the Only paper published in Potter county,
tirculates among an intelligent class of peo
and is thus an excellent medium for both
?It.; and Colintry Advertising.,
ransient Advertisements and those from a
itittance mast be Cash or have responsible re
c ommunicatiufis, to receivei attention,
n og be directed , to:the: Editor, and contain
t he name of the Writer. No attention pdid to
gocyrnons communications. '
TF.lllllS.—One copy,one year, $1: Six copies
sg; Twelve copies, $10; Twenty collies, $lB.l
vith one tc the persot raising the Club. The i
con ey must accompany the names.
cadersport, Wednesday Evening, May 7, 1861
jThe Annual .lily Anniversnries of Re
ligious Seeieties commenced this week in New
' ra-The Burgess and Council receive pro,
ressij until Monday for laying side-walks.
ay'The PeOle's Party in Pennsylvania
VIII hold a State Nominating Convention at
li:trrisburg., on the 17th of July. • This is
•orlier than usual but_rcit too enily.
ar The new of the capture 'of New Or
?ems is confiraaeit. • :•• -
Theires have been showing themselves,
their aeticins.,near our village during the
pint few days. Better keep a hick on your
ZsMajorliilboarn is stili r contioed to his
tome by iljbess. Ms disease is inflamatory
The Managers of the State Agricultural
society, bare resolved to hold a State Fair
the coming fall,. and have invited 'proposal>
from the different county towns.
It 'A Pisa STORY;—A few I:iys since, a
brook trout was caught near Ilelidere, Alle
gany county, N. Y., which weighed, when
dressed, three pounds ant a half.
A. note front Lieut. EI:WAITS says that
the men are. usually well, and that their pre
sent address is : Co. G, 53d ..T.Zeg't, 2d Army ,
Corps, D_ C.
Zer'The 3SthR S. Richter Jones. in
which we hare sonic Potter bOys, we learn is
now quartered at Fortress Monroe.
n6_: 19th, highest, 47c"; 10th, lowest, 21°;
25th, ar.erage, 33°. We had a slight Lilt of
/now on the Bth, 9th and 2:1,1, and rain from
the 14th fo the 18th and on the 21st -and 28th,
'with only 11 clear days during the month.
g Orit ALIXY AT PITTS:J:IIG LANDLNG.—An
apparently well-informed correspondent of
the Chicago Tribune places the nurObn• of our
fo , ces in Tennessee under llalleck at 1G , .;.00).
Buell aild'ecl 40,0;.0 to the original number.
'lDn'llon David Wilmot has made a snort!:
areument in favor of Confiscatitin, which we
would be most happy to present to our readers
if our columns permitb.d. But, we can assure
them that it is in strict accordance with the
vrell-knoWn views of the only Representative
Senator: that Pennsylvania now has in Con
gress Senator Cowan's course alt the time of
the expulsion of the traito? Bright,his failin2,-
to be present at the vote on the Emancipation
of slaves in the District, and his present posi
tion in reference to Confiscation declare him
to be anything hut the Representative of the
people who placed Lin; there.
OILA tinion of thel)llbl:6lns:it'd Union
Deinoc7,its is now being effected in New York
State. Some of the most prominent of the
New Yor • Democrats are now in favor n)t
cra s :y of slustaining the Adadnistr.zt ion and
crushing rout the Rebellion, but, are also in
favor of its anti-i-lifavery and confiscation pol
icy. This is a good thing; and we hope to
see the ` : Fusionists" for once upon the right
Gtats.—Girls are great institutions—and
there are various kindsi.. One is the kind that
appears the best abroad—the girls that ;are
good fur parties, rides, visits,•balls, kc.,. and
'whose chief delight is such things. The
othev is the kil' that appears best at home
...the girls that are useful and cheerful in
thediain 7 room, the sick rootn, and nil the
precincts of home. They differ widely in
character. One is often aq.ormeat et home,
the other is a blessing. Ode is a moth, con
linting everything about her; the other' is a
En/mean t , inspiring life and gladness ail along
her pathway. Now it does not neeessarY
fallow that there shall be classes of girls. A
righveducation will modify both a little, and
unite their' good qualities in one. •
TIOGA COVNTY ITF.MS.-A span of horses
ran away in TiogaVilloge, throwing Fletcher
Smith out-of the buggy, but not injuring him
seriously. One of- the horses *Eike his leg.
Loss. to horses and buggy *2OO.
Geo. Butterworth—oiz 'ln; of
the roller''—is now in the army, before York
During the past year, Mr. Lyman Wetmore
of Charleston, has delivered five hundred and.
seienty-three dcizen of eggs to his regular
customers in this borou,gli. Eis Jiens must be
F. D. Ritter, "r: 'D., • has been appointed
Assistant Surgeon in the Volunteer service
and'has been assigned to duty at Camp Cur
tin for the presert.
Ncw POTATOF.S.—We are indebted . to Mr:
Richard Keeney, of Middlebury Township, for
a mess of potatoes of this year's groFtlt. The
totters Were small but good. We.think these
are tbe earliest•on record in this county,-;-:-
AGE3R-T.65 -. --W.ATD.
We trill : prt2rfrom $25 . to.sl6 l ..ilerl:racr.th,
and ekpenses; to' active Agents, OVirAve'-a
tins - Envls4l3lAc II ColtestsY, - R.IJAMES,
General Age4t, Milan, Ohio, •
The on.fessions and
TIXPERIENCE of an Invalid.. Published
-ILI for the benefit and as a! Warning and a
caution to yoqng tnen who suffer from, Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, Arc., supplying at
the saute ti m e nieans of . elf•cure. rßy one
who has cure himself after being put to great
expense thrnagh medieni imposition anlquack
ory. By endtosing a post-paid addressed en
velope. sistg4ropiett may be had of the author,
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. Esq., Bedford,Kings
county, NeW yorlc.-4larl9spnly
. l i -P ROPOSA./A
_ . .
ILL received . bythe BUrgess and Town
VI Council of the Borough of Ciude • rsport,
until the 12th day of May nest, for building
Plank Side Walks on East Side of Edit . street,
between 3d! end 5 Ii streets, in acCordenee
with Ordinance of July 12th, 18G2. Bi.fr Order
of the Board., l *
I ' JNO. .11..HAMILTON;,Seey.
NOTICE TO EVERYBODY-. -
.ROUSE. SIGN AND WAGON PAINTER. PAPER
HANGER AND GLAZIER.
' 1 .
Tin underiigneTwislies to inform the pub
' lie of C udersport and vicinity- that he
will attend M all work entrusted to him.
Particular attention paid to Paper-Hanging.
Shop with John Reckhon - , east side of the
Court House. i , F. L BACKUS. •
Coudersport, 'April 30 Gm
CANASE RAGA IVITt I :LS
STSPERFUS FLOUR for .9.1.35 per Sack.•or
'f every deription as cheap as can be afford
ed. at the 1 POST OFFICE STORE.
Feb. Ri. 062
THE Attiziitic Monthly for Fehrnary is re
ceiV44 and for sale at the Post Office
& LS.O, 1 ,11,c
11_ ic n Yr
irper,.Pcterson and the new Arner
itriotie Monthly—The Continental.
`r o t" , tt4,
K. N. I
?P• 1. c h
1 tt I.'
twirl I L 4 H
is 0 H ' 64
..a , ,:.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A. SANDBERG & BRO'S
Tanners and Currien,
HAVE also established a
Manufactory; oppo;ite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
in the room formerly occupied by J. B. Smith.
They offer. their-Boot; and Shoes at a
LOWER RA'rq THAN THE SAME QUALITY HAVE
EVER BEEN SOLO IN POTTER COUNTY.
And they will have within! , but the best work
men and the - best stock that the country will
produce, and money and labor can Procure.
THEY FEEL CONFIDENT TITArTHEIR
WOIIK WILL GIVE•SATISFACTION.
Fides, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts
taken at the Highest Market Price.
GIVE US A, TRIAL !
Coudersport, Pa, - , March 13
P. A. STEBBINS & CO.
.Have juist, received a
NEW LOT OF
Which they are
SELLING VERY LOW FOR
March 12, 186 i
DVERTISE in the Jour
nal. Oulypaper: in the county.
BROWN SUGAR for 10 cents per pound
and County orders taken nt 85 cents on
the dollar at tho - ' , Post Office Store;
for, sale by
1 - f •
•Aenft - Asise - . --
. ~. .., _ 9 , ~
0 i '
_,. . . .ere.
4 1 111 •
i 9 . 9
itTARE pleasure in informing my friends
and customers that I am just receiving
a fine. fresh, assortment of Goods and that all
those who . are in want Of any haciil better give
me nn early call.
I keep :
- • GROCERIES, ' •
• - PROVISIONS,
And everything usually
kept in a Country Store.
I I.faVe just returned from New
York with one of the best and
largest:stocks of Goods that was
ever. brought into this county.
propose to sell these GOODS
• FIFTY per cL lower than can
be•bought in this vicinity;
ville or . Olean not excepted. My
.GoodS• have been bought 'for'
CASH from a large number of
houSesAhat rind failed in the city,
at from 50 to 75.cts. on the!dollar
of the Original cost. Therefore I
am prepared to give all gre'at bar
. gainslhat choose to giVe‘me a call:
LOOKAT SOME OF TEIE PRICES
Very :nice Sheetings from 8 - to
11 etsl, sold by - most merchants
at the present time for 14 to IS.
Good • cotton bats for S cts roll
Good Prints for 6 to I I, worth
9 to 14. Fine Delaines frt.rn I I
to 20 cis , worth 15 to 25 and 30.
Good Tweeds from 25 to 35cts.,
worth 44 and 63. Good Black
Silk from 50 cts. to $l.OO, worth
75 cts': - to SI 50.
Good Suits of 131 1 ak Clothes:Coat, Vest,
?ants, 'Calf Boots, ildkilfs., Cravat, for
$10; worth $lB
In GrOc.eries,l have a good sweet
pleasant Tea for 50 cts- per lb.,
and upwards.. Good Sugar for
cts., white coffee sugar 11. Sal
cratus! fur 6 cts. Coffee 18: Soap
18 cts. bar Molasses for 45 cts
!Der gal. Best kerosene oil, 44
ets. gallon Flourat - "Wellsville
;prices," In the line of Boots and
Shoes, we lia•c*a Ladies Enamel
ed .MOrocco Bbot for .50' - cts sold
by most: dealers for SI to 51.25
Heaq Kip Ladies Walking Boot
75 cts. Fine Congress Gaiters
arid °tillers from 50 cts. to St 00,
wadi, 6 to 12 shillings. Fine
Calf Boots for 2 50; Fine Stogey
boots for 16 shilling. Fineßroche
Shawls for 20 shillings aril up
wards. Ladies Stella Shawls
from Sto 22 shillings. Woolen
shawls for 12,:shilling and upward
Red Flannel (rem 2 shillings per
yard. Fine Gingharus for ten,
cents. Cambrics for 9 cts
Men's Heavy Working - Ribbed'
Jacket Coats fur 8 shillings.
And now,l intend to keep my
stock full to supply those who may
choose 'to buy at -•
WHOLESALE- or . RETAIL,
And all Families of Volunteers
will receive Goods at the first
cost in New. York, regardless of
transportation, and I still hold
,to pay any one that
calls upon me"and
GoodS at the prices given to pay
them ; for
,their : time • and exPense.%
in coming. •
C. 11. SIMMONS,
April 2, las:
y ociTED ori,Mitin.StL opposite the Co
JLA Reuse, Ctitideisport;Pa.-
Clocks. Watches; ,c 4
Repaireo on short notice. tmd.warranteili
give satisfaction. '
A good assortment . -
' CLOCKS, : ' •
on hand. Cheap for CASH and warrantedi
represented. As an even exchange is no ro
berg I will give you time for alone...
Coudersport, Dec.l.B, 18t1I •
BODE' 8704 E
amain abo,v! Thirp. St
COUDERSPORT,' , PA.
'M. W. hi 4111 , N, PROPRIETOR..
BOOKS, _ALPS, _OIJOBES,
IIgIIORANDUMS, '; ' ' ! ,
PASS-BOOKS, ! ' • '
DIAR,'IES, • 1
PORTFOLIOS, ! !
• _ kmarLuzipms, ri 1
1 LETTR°.-BOORS &[
1 !•• INVOICE-BOOK ,
• - -
Greek, Latin, 'French •and Gernian Tes,
• All School Book used in the edur,
kept on hand, or immediately
Mtigazines or any Periodicals supplied. w 4.
desired. 1 ' ' , 1 !I
A 'good assortment of Pisper, Envelope
Pens and Inks. Alai, of Wall-Paril rs,.Dra„
ing Materials, ,Water Colors, l &c..
PRA - n:1 fi: 111 M\ ROOKS, or varibus kink
MUSIC - BOOKS AND SHEET - MiiSIB,
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Daiirds Chle
Men, Sc., &c. -PRODUCE of all kids L.A.
in exchange rur Bookls, Se: i , - 11-34)
- I '—
LUCIE [ N: BIM), i
-- 1 II
1 . •1
DEALER in • !;
PRO VISIONS • !
• ! GROCERIES, ;
'HARDWARE, ! • .DRY GOODS, :!
' Also, : I
Has been so fortunate as to iseenreilbe sere -
ees of THOMAS J. BAKER, - 1010 f is inaki
and mending Boots and .ho r les in II -
own unexceptionable style, l;vitlt -;
GOODI STOO L .
I baveconcluded to sell only for 1 1
sci l rn i e
IVI:1 buy Ashe, -Hide
a Brookland, (fo . raierl
Sept., Bel. •
OLMSTED: 42: KELLY'S
Stom can nlxvit::s be found the
Cooking, Box and Parlur -
S r r: 0
Also. Tl' and STIET,IRoN.WA.P.E. POT: .
KETTLFA. SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWL'
FRYiNG-PANS 5..-0-PA:iS, and CAUIJD
such. as PLOWS, SOIIAHERS.CULTIVIA
TORS. CORS-SHELL.M RA
DOG-POWERS. St.c. ' :;
• THErii, WORK •
is well made and the niater6l good. Good nin
suisstantial EAVES-TROUGES ptit no in aM:
part of the Comity—Terms jeas.t. needs
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused'.
Store on Main Street opposite tile Old Coitr):
• Aug.: 1;,1859.-.56
rTRIM undersigned tir ould reepectfully inftir.
the surrounding cornmunity that he
taken the rooms formerly - occupied by Jo
S. , Minn. where he is prepared to . do
All' kinds of ! 1.
on the 'shortest tiloiice. - • '
• LONG STRAW COLL ißS:\ i i
also kept ennqinAlylon'hanci. These Co *rt
arc a superior,article, and need but a triallitt
insure their success.;.
.I;eeki 4.ne in good style. 11
Surcingles, - Martingale-ringx, Hames, p'll/I
Flame straps; lc., kfipt consta.ltly on handl.
The public are invited Id call and examine
before purchasing elSewhere. .I
S. P., lIINAIIII
Coc.clersport Oct. 16t1i,
FOR SALE 1 1
OR to exchange for Horses, n.agons,
Good Notes.or 'Judgments'. A valuabf
Farm situate in Hari-Isola tdwashiP, Potter O.
.Pa., lying on the ohl State Inad,h,-alling frO't
Spring. Mills to Harrison Valley and WesttiO
Pa. Containing about 110 Acre's, about S
Acres improved and in a good 'state of cuJti
ration. on which is arected a large. Fram•
House, good Barns; 'Coral Hansa and otlbc
necessarylont-buil4ings, a gdod, Apple Or-
chard containing same twenty diderent kidd
of Grafted Fruit.Siide Trees, &c.' The attar
Farm lies about 1 mile from Harrison
7 miles from . Westfield and G miles fforti Sprin.
Mills, and, is a good !Stock and Grain Farm,
and will 4E-sold so that any oneithatican rMitke
a payment of 3or 4 hundred ;dollars do n.
can make tl e farm pay for itself ;with his, la
bor. Price, :or particulars inq Ore
of Peter Simmons 'inii4 - 'nectipying said farm,
or C, H. Simmons,. 03.yrnyo Pa.
Jan: 15,.186.2. .
LANKS of all kinds for sale at this
.111 Deeds, Warrants, Executions, Sirairtd
Salipmna l s, Constable Sales, Township 31
School Orders, Notes of all kinds---hepv
lint.fl and printed to: order. JOB WORK
tended to promptly, nnd-at - prieci to suit
timcs - GiTc, us a trial: ; - .1i
i I r
"H' l- l'ii.v,
• , ;
P. 1- NrEatt.„ .1
• •.t . I -,--_
•_ ,-- !•, • -• : • • ..• -
.. • .•
'recently received and oiened
THE LARGEST AND BEST SW*
That has beia brought to this market thk.pre-
Their 'Sem stock of
A LOWER FIGURE
than such goods can be bad at any other
1 House in town. ,
Their stock of
s very complete, and as they held titem ex
..Petsons desiring a good l artielii at losr price
will do well; to giro them a call.
M.Their oul customer's are especially in
rited to call; and Uzatuine their stock, ana.see
their prices.' ,
OPPOSITE D. F. GL4.BSSIIRE'S
COL 7 DSII 'EPOII3 ) -
, 6 6
uniprisel the ver7
purchased at the
and they offer them 14
They cannot be undersold.
j E t
-here thS mud _
striicts Its nittan'al filtnitintis:: • Them 'if in.t '-telleved;
reset upon thuninsly,es -sun' . the iniriniinding reg-.?us. pro ! ,
ditch)g general ag-strarniluti,
this eninlitlatn.nourissed gie• derangsusente.
take Ayers tills. and *NS hew dirrctry they testers the
tiattirril action of um, pystera. and with it the lougant, i
&Anng . or lwatt II again. is true aiutsu inirnsient
this finial and common cninplaint, is Filen tine in nuns,.
of the ilceirseated and dangerous distempers. ...The lama_
purratire effect expelt thew. -.Copse:All, elstsile.t..sthstcreir •
thins emir derangements Of the natural Tirnethruis of Vigil
holy, 1 1 1 , 7 ire and many 7of theta eureiy, ram!
by the Kanto me:UM"- None twi t , knew the yfritrts of the
Pills. will 'neglect' to 'employ them whin, suited:4y tr nal-,-.
the dieeniers they, cure.
Statements front -leading nhysidatin in ,some ofr ii
principal cities, and frnus uther well known issailielef-s
From a Fbricorditest yerchant of St. Luis, P V. i, IUI.
Dr— Arca. Your Rills aro the varagon or on dokt
great in inedidtie. They hare 'curerl toy little ..alaugttgar
aC ulcarom serer upon-her hands and feet that had premed
incunth,le for antra: Ifei Mother haa.been lane : geiar~
otoly talli,ted With blutcheq and.pintnles (In h e r akin l ind,
in her hair. 'A Rey our - chill iris eared, she also triad
pour rills, and
.they hare euted her.
. a'. Family PJ ye „
1"1"0111. De. E. II: Chrturrigh4, :Yew 0rt,2106
TOur Pills are the
,prince or purges. 'Their excentat
bliligag any cathartic We patsies.. They an.
mild. but very certain and electiail In their actl.iii'ne the
bowels, Which' niches thein invaluable to I/4 to theslaily.
trrattnent oC disease.
.n.om, Dr. Edward Rayd, lidlintore
Dr-411. o . Argot I cannot neomer you ?chat compligiiits
171,1 V. V! re 1 With your Latter than to say .111t1.4t
!net lreat .rich n pUrgative bird ichit. I ;lore grist
lee.-eoetnneffiectual ratlinrt in in 'my :tally contest wills
no 1 iirtioriiii; ei r I In thst your Pills afford us th•
benVOrt hare, I of course rube them 141g1:1y.
l'irrsuur.c.,. .31r.v 1..1055.
Pit. J. C. ATtIL . T Rate b—n repeatetilk tared of
the 11:1,t hembiceiC atir 14.1 y mu have In a deoc or, two'
if your Nile. It - seriiii to orti.o from n fool stootarb;
they ciennso at oh-o. • - . •
• Metregnat roqiect, .rn. rttvanx,
- Clerk of &ramie Cortes.
Distortlerti— Liver Complaittittio,
rl'ioot Dr. 640. , Bat, Thrt: ty:
Nut M.:ly nra ymir Pill, ariartril to tlm(r
all ara,rielit. lqlt I li/VI effeetaltimn
Le lirret . very twit keil indeed. They liitve ill ray pram. ,
lice proved lia•re effectual fur tiro cure -o billetn vase.'
viol - lets I hrta any cue rminaly I VII/ mention.. I siNceriely.
rejuu e ' tbut. au bate at lenalli a iktu4ative which is worn
thy the cutifitletzut of the preFur,len and ttie'tieoploi•
I)I,PAItT:OLN7 OF 2FIC
ITasllingtun.l). C., alt Pub., 's" - •
Ern: I have use,' )inir rills in iny genurul and LW:N*4
prtake over tiiut a uu matte them, and cannot liesititt• to
;ay they'are the bust maim iic . we eniploy. Their regu,,
suliuu un liser is quid: and deettici, tons..
'Paolay they toe en adlnirsble rutinnly for derangement"
of that organ. 1 tt , fred, I In,. Oel.loat found a eras of
to.tiout disttux so t..l.sti..nto that it,litt Out retwlily "'feta to
itattrnaily yons, ALONZO 13:1, Li,. A.
figiciun rf Ike 31arivilkwAsit
Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Ikel;x, Worms:
P...,Ja lir. J. G. cot, V . eh Azzyn.
'Peer MI , . trive km,e, trim! iu my Trinity, and I ,
:told 111 , 111 011 t; U the , best nverieuts I have
ever Gmed. Their elier:ttive.etrect titan the livery tettkei
them tin es.-elletit ienleay. when given in Falun ;hoes for
bil tore* I lysoparrj (Lad. ( . 1 iorrlatte. 'f heir' 1511ga/411%11n
inal,es them very arevphltte tti.tl co:rural:eta for tki Wm.
of Wtlliiell and child resi.
Dyspepsia, Isnpnrity of the Mona.
Lliiats, iltstor J dtivent Borten.
Dr, ATEn: 1 'have wt.! yonr with tXtVitnr4istilvy
3,1t1- . 4. 1,1 my raltli:Y'Vdt , i : 1111,.14:111...L5e 1 tun ealleil ter 'hal
iu .lisitt,,. Tu vei4nltito the iirinitis or 44,,,raue3 tutl
purify h o Llo.nl, thy 4/0 1/.0 very host retard, 1 bst a
litomu, anti ti.alltaontly reconnnioot thOtn to
nay atonal. Youns, J.
IV‘nsAlr, Wronihig Ott. 'a, rms.
DEUL Stir: t anl un.ittg pour ealleartie irre
find ex , ri teitt purgative to clqaeri U.i
trtrul I,le rntorroitts of he: Nona:: ' - -
• JUIIN' ti. MLA.C114,31,
Colistipnt Cost tretie-ss,, Suppressifsia 4
sy, Parniysis, ctc..
„Fr.ri Lit. .1. I`. rtu,ylu, .3/csitrrai, etnaria.
Tno ranch cnur , ot 1... Of - ye:10111g fur ttm ntrtt.4
raw filtLers its hare !Lima diets
as eiticacious as I hare, they should jiTiiu rue in prchAsh..
ing it. fur tau ~r 441 et; 7130 ',Wits . fr.ta
that complftiut• eratitt:ll trj itsstf, is
the ;:i..r • 'tour. I Leiieto
lire; to the Litt yuur that I
anti cute the ditita,e.
1" . 1,..71.5;cian and 31idIr7ir, .Bertmot..
find PDC VV., 1 tr,u efy , Atr Pi Inkerptit
nroptx uudiVCSOf lhr2,a!rtrni trtri-
vkitvlt v:11,41! - ktr 1 , 10 i«lly .1111.11.7,42.4. :dr.> t•r7
fft,titni 1,!1, a.'soonc 7 . : mit expel ureters. nes
aft. the 1 , 0 4 : hate Vait I re , --.aVassaaa
FT can t' RE 4.. lir. Ihw'ztli,,rthe. 3rdho;lie Y!pis.r.hurr.A.
- .. Pti...-sr Sxra.m n,Cn.. 3.... Ig5G. •
I 0. -hi .1. ungrateful f-t. I!!e.
A our 1114. it 1 aid-Lot report rty to
p.n. A . 2 01.: 1., ytiv Iwongla rxerw.
I,e,t phyNiriarg. th•
gre‘e a I/ • I.r the ..ith . * Aryanl.
eN,ll,nt w.:,•Ta in ltultintore, Dr. 313 , iketizie, I t des! you
• tv,-: u siren, hut o re. Dv persovvriag
iu tlk., 11,3 of tilein, L now entirely well.
SFNASE j'aton tn.. 5 Tier. 1150.
Dr. AT entindy cured. by yonr
Gout—v. vadafid disease that t afflicted taim
for years. VINCE'N'T ELID/314..
tha. nip in minket contain Nfsreury,
erhh-h., although a whial.le remedy in bkliful I.*ndi. is
dangerous in a public fl'ona ths drtnulful eons"-
quences that froquontly, follow its iunotioun raw. Theis
contain no mercury or minera! r.tbatauco'whatevsr.
Pries, 25 cants per Dos, or 5 sores for Si..
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER & CO, Lowell, Eau.
Sold by C. S.' k E. A. Joties i r Coudersport;
Mann- & Niebols, Miliport ; N. J. Mills, 'Coles
burg ; Col ell .1 - e. Lyman, Roule; A.:Corey It
Son, Ulysses ;,..A B. Horton . , Cushlagyilie
aria by Dealers goneralls- '
• WESTERN POTEL,
Nos. 9. 11, 13, 15, 1.7 COUBTIANDT STRUT.
Near Broadway, New York Cif,
This old-estaidished and favorite resort of
the Business community has been recently re
fitted, and is complete in .eserthing that can
minister to the comfort or is patrons. Ladies
and Families are speciany rad - carefully pro—
vided for. •
It is centrally located in the business part
of the city, anti is contiguous to the principal:
lints Of steamboats, ens, omnibuses, f.rries.
In consequence of the pressure caused,kti
the PZebelfion, prices have been reduced to.
ONE D 01.121. ft AND 'I7IIIE CENTS PER DAY.
The table is , amply Suputied Stith - 011 - tbe
luxuries of the season, and is equal to that of
any other hotel in the country., .
Ample-*'econpnodation4 ireoffereil for'-ups•
ward of 400 guests, ! • ! •• ••
DO not believe rnnners, hnektnen.and othfrs,.
who m:ij 5:4 Western irotel is fall."
,• . • D.. D, WlNlMKSTERi2roprivtor. - ..:
D. ifine4e:ter. . Ala . •
A NEWT AND BAUT,IPUL
Mistakes of Edacated
BY Jog N S. 14.
12;n0.. tru price 50 ce , 4l.l;iMPer- 1• 0 7.*
ers, 25 cer.ta. Copies of .
sent 6,y - in: reek:44 of the, `price, -in pi.;st ? ,
age stamps: - Please address ••• -
J. C. GAJLILIGUES,
.-11$ Smith Fourth. Stre!t, PA/
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